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Vol. LXI, No. 28
 
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
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Music/Theater


OFF MY SCHEDULE!: Taxi driver John Smith (Steve Lobis, left), secretly married to two women, checks out his complicated calendar with neighbor and confidant Stanley (Gavin Lawrence), as the chaos and zaniness escalate in Ray Cooney's "Run for Your Wife" at Off-Broadstreet Theatre in Hopewell, weekends through July 21.

One Confused Taxi Driver + His Two Wives = Madcap Comedy In “Run for Your Wife” at Off-Broadstreet Theatre in Hopewell

Donald Gilpin

Run for Your Wife by Ray Cooney, virtuoso of the British Bedroom comedy and master farceur of London’s West End (where Run for Your Wife ran for over 3400 performances, 1983 to 1992), is playing at the Off-Broadstreet Theatre in Hopewell on weekends through July 21. The “dessert theatre,” under the direction of Robert and Julia Thick, offers an impressive array of delicious cakes, pies, and fruits to accompany its dramatic fare, but there is nothing on the dessert table to rival the frothiness of the menu on stage in Mr. Cooney’s zany and popular farce.

Westminster Choir College’s Bach Festival Celebrates Music of the Great Master

Nancy Plum

One does not often hear music for Good Friday in June. However every year, Westminster Choir College sponsors a week-long Bach Festival culminating in a presentation of one of the great composer’s masterworks. Since most of Bach’s choral music was written for the church (and his Passions for Holy Week), it is only natural that the work heard at the end of Westminster’s scholarly week would be out from the liturgical repertoire.


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